Update: some great entries so far people, keep ‘em coming. However, nobody has correctly identified the yellow furry puppet on my desk. If anybody can do so (if you know me personally you’re out of the running, you dirty cheat) the first correct submission will be rewarded with a Cinetology gift pack consisting of three brand new DVDs as well as being in the running to win a copy of F for Fake. I have a hunch nobody will be able to do it. Prove me wrong, people. Prove me wrong.
To mark the new DVD release of F for Fake, the last major feature completed by Orson Welles, Cinetology gives readers the chance to win one of three copies.
Reads the official synopsis: “From his own penchant for magic tricks to the forged masterpieces allegedly hanging on the walls of great museums and an actress’s claim that she was Pablo Picassos true muse, Welles wittily examines the nature of duplicity and counterfeiting while employing all the tricks he has at his disposal to call his own story into question.”
For your chance to win, participate in round #2 of Spot the Junk on Luke’s Desk by studying the photograph below (click to enlarge) and email me with a list identifying no less than six things you can see in the picture. These must be the names of movies, books, characters, musicians or authors. Like last time, an award will go out to the person who spots the most and the others will be selected randomly. Be sure to include your full name and postal address. Competition closes midnight June 1. Good luck!
Michael Haneke scores top prize at Cannes; Warwick Thornton takes home the Camera d’or for Samson & Delilah